About your Search

20120901
20120930
STATION
FOXNEWS 24
FBC 14
CSPAN2 1
LANGUAGE
English 60
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 60 (some duplicates have been removed)
annual tated by -- did she agitated by socialists. john stossel has been investigating. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight only this 11th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks and that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. according to the congressional research service, the war on terror has cost america $1.4 trillion. that includes the wars in iraq examine afghanistan and money for veterans and other military expenditures. it does not include security within the usa. under president obama, the war on terror has cost about $569 billion. approximately 10% of the debt the president has run up in his 3 1/2 years on the job. when people like alan colmes who will join us in a moment say america's debt is largely war driven, the stats don't back that up. mr. obama added $4.4 trillion to the debt during his time in office examine again the war on terror expenditures comprise 10% of that. the important question is has the war on terror been worth the price in blood and treasure?
also want to do one other thing. john stossel -- >> kimberly: you didn't answer the question and you left it ambiguous. it's not me or andrea. >> bob: you don't have them. our friend john stossel doing a special called "winning the presidency." i was honored to have a chance to be part of it. take a look at this. >> they fought each other viciously for years. yet weirdly these tough guys came to this interview together. >> you spent a year to kill each other's careers but you're friends. >> great friends. >> why? >> we could drink all night. we love the process, we love the game. >> you come to appreciate what the other guy, your counterpart has to go through every day. >> reassuring they're still friends. it says something good about america. >> bob: greg says the lonlongest session he's seen. "winning the president," john stossel. >> andrea: i have to clear something up. i got e-mail last week. i think i said it wrongdoing pet peeves and i said i don't like when people get out of the elevator and i go in first. it had it backward. i don't like when you are trying to come in. >> bob
in here now? all right. directly ahead, john stossel investigating whether or not the obama administration has watered down welfare work requirements. and then is it legal on a texas woman arrested, taken to jail for letting her children play outside. you think we're kidding? we're not. those reports are coming up ely. >> bill: stossel matters segment, when president obama took office, 32 million americans were on food stamps. now the number is 47 million. there are charges that the obama administration wants to get as many people as possible on the dole. >> when i think o reengage people in politics is we're doing serious policy work around what i will label working poor, they were struggling. and to the extent that we are doing research figuring out what kinds of government action will successfully make their lives better, we are putting together a potential majority of coalition that will vote. >> bill: we asked john stossel to investigate whether or not welfare work requirements are being watered down by the obama administration, perhaps for political reasons. here is stossel, the auth
have been very bad. >> bill: got to run. directly ahead, john stossel does not want a minimum wage. later, jon stewart entering the no spin zone to talk about his guy, barak obama. we're coming right back >> bill: stossel matters segment. last week we had a segment on poverty in america. rice said that i wouldn't mind paying $16 an hour as a minimum wage to my employees. by the way, all of my employees make far more than minimum wage. but i also said that if wages were significantly raised like that, it would have to be tax credits for the businesses so they could continue hiring. of course, john stossel thinks i'm a loon and the author of the book, no they captain, joins us now. so last months, you actually went up to philadelphia to talk about this minimum wage deal. roll the tape. >> how much is a living wage? >> enough to survive comfortably. >> ten bucks an hour? 100 bucks an hour? >> at least $15 an hour. >> 30 bucks an hour is substantial. a nice amount for a person who has a family. enough with the average person to eat, sleep, and pay utilities and don't got to take no dam
think the last two weeks have been very bad. >> bill: got to run. directly ahead, john stossel does not want a minimum wage. later, jon stewart entering the no spin zone to talk about his guy, barak obama. we're coming right back [ male announcer ] this is sheldo whose long day setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voice ? launch cab4me. droid does. keep left at the fork. does it do turn-by-turn navigation ? droid does. with verizon, america's largest 4g lte network, and motorola, droid does. get $100 off select motorola 4g lte smartphones like the droid razr. >> bill: stossel matters segment. last week we had a segment on poverty in america. rice said that i wouldn't mind paying $16 an hour as a minimum wage to my employees. by the way, all of my employees make far more than minimum wage. but i also said that if wages were significantly raised like that
meant government can. but now realize because of the book written by john stossel led government fails individual succeed. i will restore limited government to restore the peace but leave people alone. john: they never say about. mr. president use a high of the lead in the liberal social order by jefferson sought a free society unimpeded by politicians. mr. president, you have the distortion where it means government runs things in reef followed di
but the consensus seems to be the union won the fight. how much power do the unions have? john stossel joins us next and he is not afraid to ask that question. >> tell me how much money i need. right out of high school into college. you know nothing about us here. with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see wh criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly those stocks you want to follow. i'm mark allen of fidelity investments. the expert strategies feature is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, free, at e-trade. stuart: joining the company is larry levine. explain something to me. ben bernanke is printing of the storm. mario draghi doing the same in europe and the japanese have joined. why is oil down s
john stossel conversations like that one are note necessarily rare. >> they have a limited time with the president or candidate and they want to get an answer to that question so they do a little coordination. >> reporter: in the end rather than being pressed for details. he elected not to cancel a fund-raiser in las vegas, the president in a sit down interview was given a chance to criticize romney. >> it couldn't play better for the president. he is the president. he is the one whose policies that are under question right now. much of the heat is being taken off of him. >> some of the questions that romney took from reporters were about his statement rather than the events in libya and egypt. after the president gave his statement, he took no questions. >> jon: shannon raises a number of questions about the events of the week and kochblg of it. we'll get to some of them here in this program. jim, first of all the president, other than his sit down with 60 minutes, he answered questions from the media about all the events of this week. why not? >> he has chosen not to. in many
: from the university of north carolina at chapel hill, a john stossel. >> not just the and on campus but it is threatened somewhere by somebody in authority. steve works for a medical equipment company but on the side you tried to block about nutrition? >> you given vice and what happened? >> was told by the state i should stop giving nutritional advice. john: they even printed with the red lines. this is why because you give the advice and may not without a license. >> wide why have to tell people to be to meats and vegetables and tell all diabetics to reduce carbohydrates? john: so you contacted the institute for justice. paul sherman you are a lawyer? >> we litigate across the country one area is the first amendment. we were excited because this raises the most important and answer questions when happens when they regulate occupation complex with free-speech? john: more and more all the time. >> it would have cost him thousands of dollars and taken years of his life for dietitian license. 50 years ago on a 5% a the license from the government now it is 30% and continues to increas
of bad publicity. cheryl: certainly did. that's what john stossel is great at, getting their attention, and he certainly did. peter barnes out of washington, thank you very much. closing bell going to ring 50 minutes, 5-0 from now. coming up, chris bert l southern manages more than $2 billion. he says you've got to hold these stocks to fight what he is calling the war on retirement. we're going to tell you which ones after the break. ♪ cheryl: a power moverover the hour, advanced micro devices, shares getting a nice boost after the chip maker announced invest anything a cloud-gaming technology company. the growing video market is reportedly expected to reach $81 billion by 2016. take a look at the stock year to date because this stock right now is actually still down 35% year to date. but anyway, during the intraday trading day today, it's up 28 cents. i do want to show you this, here is your dow 30, some of them in the red, but overall take a look at the dow because we hit a new intraday high today, we were up 70 points, dow 30 at 13,324. that is your djia. all right, let's bring in
. it will be john stossel. who's with me? >> yeah, not surprised that liberals watch that. >> what difference does that make? >> it tells you things like if you want to reach an independent swing woman voter, buy the house and garden channel. if you want to reach a republican-leaning but less likely to vote independent swing man, go buy the golf channel. >> rove did research on blacks who might vote for bush and found many are christians who watch these tv preachers. >> now in the name of jesus, i command this debt out of my life. >> so rove placed advertisements there. >> in ohio, in 2000, bush got 2% of the african american vote. in 2004, he got 16%. we were able to identify a group of african american voters who, though, their history was overwhelming democrat, we had clues that gave us a sense they might be reachable. >> this year consultants want to reach not just swing voters, but swing voters in these 10 states. >> you take a map of the united states, and you just cross out states. just cross them out. say we can't win here. >> the rest of us, most of us, don't really count. we live in the
to learn how your money is wasted. the linkage is posted at john stossel.com but those buildings do not include the empty buildings? >> there are more. we are just talking not own the gsa but military and post office outside of our jurisdiction. john: we've received a response. one year-ago the president called congress to cut through red tape and currently they have 20 steps to go through before moving a property to sale. they say it is the fault of congress. >> some of it is. some people benefit that way. john: we could not wait so we cut real-estate costs by 1.5 billion. >> we can go further. approaching $17 trillion of debt to you have to start somewhere. heaven forbid the private sector is a default. that is a flawed way to conduct the people's business.gov. john: you used to be a private developer? >> i don't know anyone who would turn over their property for the government to manage. they would have to be crazy. john: could block saving us money. dubious touching story it is dubious touching story it is a slide show you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone l
's killing jobs by making were illegal. illegal jobs. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. john: i tried to get the permits to open a legal emanates stand outside the studio, but it was almost impossible. fortunately when kids sell lemonade authorities usually ignored their excessive loss. and that's a good thing says -- says michael whole house, an entrepreneur who made big bucks when he sold the computer company started. and then your 10-year-old daughter asking for a turtle and what happens? well -- >> she wanted the turtle, too many pets, so of course i said the next morning she gets this great idea to start a lemonade stand because -- john: she wanted the money to buy her own turtled. >> exactly right. this is kind of how america works. if you want something start a company and created. it was the most unbelievable day we had together. and it really got -- i saw the light poles go off and her head. for the first time she really understood how free enterprise works and how business works and how money worked. it exposed to what america is all about. and it occurred to
, but then go-- >> media watchers, including john stossel says that conversations like that aren't necessarily rare. >> they have a limited time with the president, the candidate, and they want to make sure they get an answer to the question so they'll do a little coordination. >> in the end rather than being pressed for details, regarding who was or was not guarding the consulate or cancel a fundraiser in las vegas, the president in a sit-down interview was asked about and given the chance to criticize romney. >> it couldn't play better for the president because it takes a lot of heat off from him. he's the president, the one whose policies are under question and much of the heat is being taken off of him. >> seven of the eight questions romney took from reporters wednesday were about his statement rather than the events in libya and egypt. after the president gave his statement at the white house, he took no questions. for news watch, i'm shannon bream in washington. >> so shannon raises a number of questions there about the events of the week and the coverage of it. we'll get to some of the
off on -- >> if he does a -- >> media watchers including fox john stossel point out conversations like that one aren't necessarily rare. >> they have a limited time with the president, with the candidate. they want to make sure they get answer to the question and do coordination. >> in the end rather than being pressed for details about who was and wasn't guarding the consulate in benghazi or why he elected not to cancel a fundraiser wednesday night in las vegas, the president in sit-down interview was asked about and given a chance to criticize romney. >> it couldn't play better for the president. it takes heat off of him. he's the president and policies under question right now. much of the heat is taken off of him. >> seven of the eight questions romney took from reporters wednesday were about his statement. rather than the events in libya and egypt. after the president gave his statement from the white house he took no questions. bret? >> shannon, thank you. more on this with the panel. >> is your peanut butter and jelly sandwich racist? that is next in grapevine. yes, that is the
, that's our show tonight. now, john stossel. >> this month it was the chicago teeven teacher's union that got the media attention. but this battle for control of the schools will continue and i will keep covering it. the basic issue of who gets to decide how to manage a workplace and who has the power and who pays applies to more than teachers and taxpayers. all unions say it's good for america if unions protect workers from arbitrary dismissal for example. is that true? i say no. all grievance that makes it hard to fire people and everybody be treated equally are bad for taxpayers and even union workers themselves. this is not intuitive and i had no luck when i brought that argument to union works. > >>>>> talked to thousands of union members came to philadelphia and said we need a second bill of rights. >> it included the right to full i am employment, a living wage. i had a number of arguments with some. let's start with one. why when some workers are much more effective than others the union rules mean the slackers the real goof offs can't be fired. >> duds the body of a slacker
>> andrea: by the way, we have to point out the one more thing, john stossel special airs tonight at 10:00 p.m. >> bob: thanks again, everybody up there. >> andrea: thank you for watching "the five." see you monday. have a >>> welcome to "red eye." i'm in for tuck hanson who is recovering from surgery. i guess that means we won't have to call him tuck anymore. now to andy levy for a pre game report. what is coming up on tonight's show? >> the man behind the innocence of muslims after a judge rules he is a flight risk. that makes magic videos that force people to kill and he can fly? and they highlight the differences between serving and being overserved. and finally is the united nations looking to create global taxes? honestly it wouldn't make their top 50 stupid ideas list. you -- >> you look good tonight. do you have a date? >> i have a date with you and our viewers. >> you look extra scrumptious. >> we will talk about your glasses after the show. >>> let's welcome our guest. she is so hot she is often mistaken for a tiki torch. i am here with ann coulter. her latest book came
. >> do i know nothing? then i want to learn. unions, that's our show tonight. now, john stossel. >> this month it was the chicago teeven teacher's union that got the media attention. but this battle for control of the schools will continue and i will keep covering it. the basic issue of who gets to decide how to manage a workplace and who has the power and who pays applies to more than teachers and taxpayers. all unions say it's good for america if unions protect workers from arbitrary dismissal for example. is that true? i say no. all grievance that makes it hard to fire people and everybody be treated equally are bad for taxpayers and even union workers themselves. this is not intuitive and i had no luck when i brought that argument to union works. > >>>>> talked to thousands of union members came to philadelphia and said we need a second bill of rights. >> it included the right to full i am employment, a living wage. i had a number of arguments with some. let's start with one. why when some workers are much more effective than others the union rules mean the slackers the real
>> and now, john stossel. [applause] john: what does your brain tell you should do about our problems? we have plenty. lots of people are poor. here we should spread the wealth around. i hear businesses raise prices and gouge people. foreigners sneak into america and take american jobs. there ought to be a law. government should do something. that's just the way people think. it is instinct. and i have to admit, it is how i used to think. it took me decades to realize i was wrong. that passing a law, often, usually does more harm than good and progress comes from millions of individuals acting to make themselves better off guided by an investable hand, a hand inadvertently helps others. that is counterintuitive to most people. not to viewers of the "stossel" show but to normal people. your brains are designed to think when there's a problem government should address it. my next guests say they know why our brains are wired that way. we have a evolutionary psychologist at university of california at santa barbara. michael shermer, is the author of the mind of the market. there is your book
for you, this one for tonight. a fox news special, john stossel goes behind the scenes to show you what's going into weng the presidency after sean hannity's one on one with donnell trump. pop the corn. and in the supreme court, following tradition, many of the supreme court justiced attended a red mass celebrated annually for judges, attorneys, law school students and judges and officials. as for the new term the supreme court is set to take up a slew of cases some dealing with civil rights following the blockbuster decisions we all watched last term, involving immigration and president obama's health care law. shannon bream now with the news from washington. shannon? >> monday kicks off the brand new term in the supreme court and there are a number of controversial disputes awaiting the justices. at least six of nine justices attended the traditional pre-term red mass in washington on sunday, a tradition started back in 1928 in new york, praers for wisdom and inspiration for all members of the judiciary. on monday the court will consider whether nigeria citizens can sue shell oil comp
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 60 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)